Unit:- I Chapter-4. Animal Kingdom

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1 Unit:- I Chapter-4. Animal Kingdom IMPORTANT POINTS The basic fundamental features such as level of organisation, symmetry, cell organisation, coelom, segmentation, notochord, etc., have enabled us to broadly classify the animal kingdom. Besides the fundamental features, there are many other distinctive characters which are specific for each phyla or class. Porifera includes multicellular animals which exhibit cellular level of organisation and have characteristic flagellated choanocytes. The coelenterates have tentacles and bear cnidoblasts. They are mostly aquatic, sessile or free-floating. The ctenophores are marine animals with comb plates. The platyhelminths have flat body and exhibit bilateral symmetry. The parasitic forms show distinct suckers and hooks. Aschelrninthes are pseudocoelomates and include parasitic as well as non-parasitic round worms. Annelids are metamerically segmented animals with a true coelom. The arthropods are the most abundant group of animals characterised by the presence of jointed appendages. The molluscs have a soft body surrounded by an external calcareous shell. The body is covered with external skeleton made of chitin. The echinoderms possess a spiny skin. Their most distinctive feature is the presence of water vascular system. The hemichordates are a small group of worm-like marine animals. They have a cylindrical body with proboscis, collar and trunk. Phylum Chordata includes animals which possess a notochord either throughout or during early embryonic life, Other common features observed in the chordates are the dorsal, hollow nerve cord and paired pharyngeal gill slits. Some of the vertebrates do not possess jaws (Agnatha) whereas most of them possess jaws (Gnathostomata) Agnatha is represented by the class, Cyclostomata. They are the most primitive chordates and are ectoparasites on fishes. Gnathostomata has two super classes, Pisces and Tetrapoda. Classes Chondrichthyes and Osteichthyes bear fins for locomotion and are grouped under Pisces. The Chondrichthyes are fishes with cartilaginous endoskeleton and are marine. Classes, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves and Mammalia have two pairs of limbs and are thus grouped under Tetrapoda. The amphibians have adapted to live both on land and water. Reptiles are characterised by the presence of dry and cornified skin. Limbs are absent in snakes. Fishes, amphibians and reptiles are pofkilothermous (cold blooded), Aves are warm blooded animals with feathers on their bodies and forelimbs modified into wings for flying. Hind limbs are adapted for walking, swimming, perching or clasping. The unique features of mammals are the presence of mammary glands and hairs on the skin. They commonly exhibit viviparity. For the given options select the correct options (A, B, C, D) each carries one mark. 1. Which of the following is a characteristic feature of sponges? (A) Tissue level of organization (B) Presence of ostia (C) Extra ccllular digetion (D) Indirect deveplopment 2. Collar cells are found in (A) Sponges (B) roundworms (C) earthworm (D) spider 22

2 3. The canal system is characteristic feature of (A) Arthropods (B) Mollusca (C) sponges (D) echinoderms 4. Which of the following phylum animals are mostly found in marine water but few are in freshwater. (A) Annelida (B) Porifera (C) Mollusca (D) Chordata 5. Skeleton is made up of... in porifera. (A) Spicules (B) Spongin (C) Both a and b (C) Chitin 6. Cavity of coelenteratcs is called (A) cavity (B) coelom (C) coelenteron (D) all above 7. Find the odd (A) Sea fan (B) sea horse (C) sea cucumber (D) sea lily 8. Which animal has a cylindrical form (A) Physalia (B) Admsia (C) Hydra (D) b & c 9. Which animal is umbrella-shaped and free swiming... (A) Aurelia (B) Jelly-fish (C) Hydra (D) a & b 10. Which of the following is rightly matched? (A) Physalia - portuguese man of war (B) pennatula - sea fan (C) Adamsia - sea-pen (D) aorgonia - sea anemone 11. Corals have a skeleton composed of... (A) CaCO 3 (B) CaPO 4 (C) CaCl 2 (D) CaSiO Match the item in column I with column II and choose the option showing correctly matched pairs. I II (p) porifera (i) spongila (q) Cnidaria (ii) liver fluke (r) platyhelminthes (iii) Neris (s) Annelida (iv) Adamsia (A) p - (iv), q - (ii), r - (i), s - (iii) (B) p - (i), q - (iv), r - (ii), s - (iii) (C) p - (i), q - (iv), r - (iii), s - (ii) (D) p - (iv), q - (ii), r - (iii), s - (i) 13. Cnidoblasts are used for... (A) Anchorage (B) Defense (C) Capture (D) All of the given 14. Gastro-vascular cavity is located in... (A) Earth worm (B) Hydra (C) Liver fluke (D) Ascaris 15. Identify the animal shown in diagram (A) Tape worm (B) pleurobrachia (C) Neris (D) Octopus 23

3 16. The body bears external rods of ciliated comb plates in pleurobrachia (A) Eight (B) Four (C) Ten (D) Sixteen 17. Ctenophores commonly known as (A) Flat worms (B) Sea walnuts (C) round worms (D) sponges 18. In the given diagram what does A represent? (A) Hooks (B) suckers (C) Flame cell (D) Ostia i19. The excretory cells, that are found in platyhelminthes are (A) Nephridia (B) Coller cells (C) Flame cells (D) all above 20. Function of suckers cell in liverflulke (A) Defense (B) Roproduction (C) Locomotion (D) Absorb nutrients 21. Ascaris is found in (A) body cavity (B) tissue (C) alimentary canal (D) lymph nodes 22. What does A, B and C indicates in the given diagram? (A) A = head B = tail C = female (B) A = head B = tail C = male (C) A = tail B = head C = female A B (D) A = tail B = head C = male 23. The pseudocoelomate among these is C (A) porifera (B) Annelida (C) Mollusca (D) Aschelminthes 24. Match the fllowing columns and select the option shows correctly matched pairs Column - I Column - II (p) Ascaris (i) Hookworm (q) Wuchereria (ii) Round worm (r) Ancylostoma (iii) Flatworms (s) Tapeworm (iv) Filaria worm (A) p - (ii), q - (iv), r - (iii), s - (i) (B) p - (ii), q - (i), r - (iii), s - (iv) (C) p - (ii), q - (iv), r - (i), s - (iii) (D) p - (i), q - (ii), r - (iv), s - (iii) 25. Which is correct for earth worm (A) Segments (B) parapodia (C) Nephridia (D) all of given 26. Neural system consists of paired ganglia connected by lateral nerves to double in annelida. (A) ventral nerve cord (B) dorsal nerve cord (C) Anterior nerve cord (D) posterior nerve cord 27. Blood sucking animal is. (A) Neris (B) Earthworm (C) a & b (D) Leech 28. which help in swimming in Annelida. (A) parapodia (B) Nephridia (C) sucker (D) seaments 24

4 29. This is the largest phylum of Animal on the earth. (A) Mollusca (B) Amphibia (C) Arthropoda (D) Aves 30. The body of arthropods is covered by exoskoleton. (A) calcium carbonate (B) calcium sulphate (C) chitiarous (D) conchin 31. The respiratory organ in arthrpoda. (A) gill (B) book gill (C) tracheal system (D) all of given 32. The exeretory organ in cockroach is (A) green gland (B) malpighian tubules (C) ne phridia (D) kidney 33. The mouth contains a file-like rasping organ for fooding, called in Mollusco. (A) radulla (B) medulla (C) Gizzard (D) teeth 34. Match the following columns and select the correct option. Column - I Column - II (p) pila (i) Devil fish (q) Dentalium (ii) ctsiton (r) chaetopleura (iii) Applo smail (s) octopus (iv) Tusk shell (A) p - (ii), q - (iii), r - (iii), s - (iv) (B) p - (iii), q - (iv), r - (ii), s - (i) (C) p - (ii), q - (iv), r - (i), s - (iii) (D) p - (i), q - (ii), r - (iii), s - (iv) 35. In which of the following phyla, while the adult shows radial symmetry, the larva shows bilateral symmetry? (A) Mollusca (B) Echinodermata (C) Arthropoda (D) Annelida 36. An excretory system is absent in (A) Sepia (B) Crab (C) Starfish (D) Earthworm 37. Water vascular system which help in (A) Cocomotion (B) capture and transport of food (C) respiration (D) all above 38. The body is cylindrical and composed of in Hemichordata (A) Proboscis (B) collar (C) trunk (D) all the above 39. Choose correct option for in Hemichordat-a (A) I = circulatory system - open II = Respiration - gills III = Excretory system - proboscis gland (B) I = circulatory system - close II = Pespiration - gills III = Excretory system - green gland (C) I = circulatory system - open II = Respiration - gills III = Excretory system - kideny (D) I = circulatory system - open II = Respiration - lungs III = Excretory system - proboscis gland 25

5 40. Choose the correct combination of labeling from the option given (A) A = collar (B) A = proboscis B = trunk B = collar C = proboscis C = trunk (C) A = proboscis (D) A = collar B = collar B = trunk C = tail C = tail 41. Select the correct option for the region labelled as A, B and C in the given diagram? (A) A = Never cord (B) A = Nerve cord B = Notochord B = Noto chord C = Gill slits C = post and part D = Post anal part D = Gill slits (C) A = Notochord (D) A = post anal part B = Gill slits B = Gill slits C = Neeve chord C = Nerve cord D = Postanal part D = Notochord 42. Into how many sub-phylum chordata is divided? (A) two (B) four (C) six (D) three 43. Identify the animal (A) Ascidia (B) Salpa (C) Amphioxus (D) Doliolum 44. The notochord is replaced by a vertebral column in chordal-g. (A) cartilaginous (B) bony (C) both of a & b (D) none of those 45. Notochord is present only in larval tail (A) urochordata (B) cephalochordata (C) vertebrata (D) protochordates 46. Vertebrates have ventral muscular heart with chambers. (A) two (B) three (C) four (D) all above have a sucking and circular mouth without jawas. (A) lamprey (B) scoliodon (C) catla (D) rohu 48. Larve of... after metamorphosis return to the ocean. (A) scoliodon (B) shark (C) lamprcy (D) catla 49. Chondrichthyes is characterized by... (A) ventral mouth (B) placoid scale (C) ctenoid scale and ventral mouth (D) placoid scale and ventral mouth 50. Air bladder is absent in (A) Dog fish (B) catla (C) Pohu (D) flying fish 51. Choose the correct combination of the given option. (A) A = Torpedo - poison sting (B) A = Torpedo - electric organs B = Sting rat - electric organs B = string rat - posion sting C = Rohu - air bladder C = air bladder 26

6 (C) A = Torpedo - electric organs (D) A = Torpedo - poison sting B = Sting rat - electric organs B = sting rat - air bladder C = Rohu - poison sting C = Rohu - electric organs 52. Sea horse is (A) a bird (B) a mammul (C) an amphibian (D) a fish 53. Terminal mouth occur in (A) catla (B) Electric ray (C) shark (D) sting ray 54. Which of the following is oviparous fish? (A) shark (B) sea horse (C) catla (D) all the above 55. The scaleless vertebrate is (A) snake (B) Rohu (C) shark (D) rat 56. They are cold-blooded animal (A) horse (B) sea-horse (C) bat (D) crane 57. Amphibia means... (A) A = amphi = dual (B) A = amphi = water (C) A = Amphi = single (D) A = amphi = land B = bios = life B = bios = life B = bios = life B = bios = life 58. The limbless amphibians is (A) Tree fog (B) Toad (C) Pana (D) Ichthyophis open into a common chamber called cloaca (A) Alimentary canal (B) reproductive tract (C) urinary (D) all the above 60. Choose the correct combination of the given option (A) Rana - Frog (B) Ichthyophis - Toad (C) Hyla - Salamander (D) salamander - toad 61. Which type of Respiratory is/are found in amphibians (A) gills (B) lungs (C) skin (D) all of the obove 62. Dry skin with scales or scutes without gland is a characteristic of (A) Aves (B) pisces (C) Reptilia (D) mammals 63. A four chambered heart is not found in (A) mammals (B) crocodile (C) birds (D) snake 64. They do not have external opening in reptilla (A) Nose (B) Jaws (C) Ear (D) scale 65. Which animals of the following reptile is poisonous? (A) Turtle (B) Tree lizard (C) Crocodile (D) krait 66. Choose the correct combination of the given option? (A) calotes - garden lizard (B) chameleon - krait (C) Naja - viper (D) crocodilus - tortoise 67. Which of the following is a fightless bird? (A) pigeon (B) vulture (C) parrot (D) ostrich 68. The hind limb generally have... in Aves (A) nail (B) scales (C) wing (D) joint skin 27

7 69. The hind limbs are modified for in Aves. (A) walking (B) swimming (C) clasping (D) all of the obove 70. Which of the following is present on the skin of bird (A) wax gland (B) oilgland (C) Hormonal gland (D) green gland 71. Endoskeleton is full A and the long bones are hollow with B in birds. (A) A = cartilage (B) A = Bony B = air cavities B = air cavities (C) A = Bony (B) A = cartilage B = air bladder B = air balloons 72. Gizzard is associated with in birds (A) Reproductive system (B) Digestive system (C) circulatory system (D) skeletol system 73. The blood of Aves is (A) warm (B) cold (C) warm and cold (D) semi worm 74. Which is correct for birds? (A) Air sacs (B) Mammary gland (C) tail (D) viviparous 75. Air sacs is connected to in birds (A) wings (B) Bone (C) lungs (D) limbs 76. Mammary gland are found in (A) Aves (B) Mammalia (C) Amphibian (D) Reptilc 77. Which one of the following mammalia live in water (A) Bat (B) platypus (C) pat (D) Blue whole 78. Which mammalian have adapted to Fly? (A) Fox (B) penguin (C) ostrich (D) all of the above 79. Different types of teeth are present in the jaw in (A) crocodile (B) snake (C) Frog (D) Human 80. Which is correct for mammalia. (A) A = macropus = kangaroo (B) A = canis = dog B = camelus = cameleon B = fells = cat (C) A = equus = rat (D) A = camelus = cameleon B = leo = lion B = canis = cat 81. When any plane passing through the central axis of the body divides the organism in to two identical halves, it is called (A) asymmetrical (B) radial symmetry (C) bilateral symmetry (D) all of the above 82. Choose the correct combination for the labelling in the diagram from the given option. (A) A = Endoderm (B) A = Mesoderm B = Mesoderm B = Endoderm C = Ectoderm C = Ectoderm (C) A = Mesoderm (D) A = Endoderm B = Ectoderm B = Ectoderm C = Endoderm C = Mesoderm 28

8 83. Symmetry observed in diagram is (A) Bilateral (B) Radial (C) Asymmetrical (D) all of the abovr 84. In the given diagram, what does A represent (A) cavity (B) gut (C) coelom (D) pseud coelom 85. In the given diagram, what does A, B, C represent? (A) A = Coelomate B = Pseudocoelomate C = Acoelomate (B) A = Coelomate B = Acoelomate C = Pseudocoelomate (C) A = Pseudocoelomate B = Pseudocoelomate C = Acoelomate (D) A = Acoelomate B = Coelomate C = Pseudocoelomate 86. The radial symmetry is obscerved in I. Platyhelminthes II. Coelenterates III. Aschelminthes IV. Annelids V. Echinoderms (A) II, III, and V (B) I, II, III, V (C) II, III, I (D) II and V (e) II & V A And R type MCQ :(Question No. 87 to 105 are assertion and reason type) Options for que no. 87 to 105 (A) Both Assertion and Reason are true and Reson is the correct explanation of Assertion. (B) Both Assertion and Reason are true but Reason is not the correct explanation of Assertion. (C) Assertion is true but reason is false (D) Both Assertion and Reason are false. (e) Assertion is false but reason is true. 87. A = Sponges have a water transport or canal system. R = The body is supported by skeleton made up of CaCO 3 in porifora. 29

9 88. A = Coclenterata have central gastro - vascular cavity with a single opening mouth on hypostome. R = Cnidarians exhibit two basic body forms called polyp and Medusa 89. A = Sucker is present in the parasitic forms in liver fluke. R = They absorb nutrients from the nest. 90. A = The body of the Aschelminthes is circular in cross-section. R = The also known as round worms 91. A = Fertilisation is internal and development may be direct or indirect in round worm. R = Females are longer than males 92. A = Aquatic annelids like Nereis possess lateral appendages, parapodia. R = Which help in swiming 93. A = Arthropods have Respiratory organs like gills, book gills, book lungs or tracheal system. R = Excretion takes place through malpighion tubule is in Arthropods. 94. A = Arthropoda is the largest phylum of Animalia which includes insects. R = Over two-thirds of all named species on earth are arthropods. 95. A = Body is covered by a calcerous shell in mollusca. R = Molluscan have hard skeleton 96. A = The space between the hump and the mantle is called the mantle cavity in which feather like gills are present. R = They have respiration and excretory functions. 97. A = Water vascular system is found in Aves R = They help in blood circulation 98. A = Exdcretory organs is gills in balansoglossus R = Respiration takes place through proboscis 99. A = Phylum chordata is divided in to three subphylum. R = They have urochordata, cephalochordata and vertebrata 100. A = Cyclostomata have an elongated body bearing 6-15 pairs of gill slits. R = They help in digetion 101. A = Heart is three chambered in cartilaginous fishes. R = One auricle and two ventricle 102. A = As the name indicates (Amphi = single, bios = life) in Amphibians R = Amphibians can live in aquatic as well as terrestrial habitats A = Heart is usually three chambered in reptillia. R = Heart is two chambered in crocodiles 104. A = The hind limbs generally have scales and are modifided for walking, swimming or clasping. R = The short bones are hollow with posseses air cavities A = The most uniques mammalian characteristic is the presence of milk producing glands. R = They have two pairs of limbs, adapted for walking, running, climbing, burrowing swimming and flying. 30

10 Competitive Exam MCQ : 106. Classification of sponges is primarily based on the (JCECE-2003) (A) body organization (B) body plan (C) skeleton (D) canal system 107. Symmetry is cnidaria is (AMW-2009) (A) radial (B) bilateral (C) pentamerous (D) spherical 108. Cavity of coolenterates is called (BHU-2008) (A) coelenteron (B) coelom (C) cavity (D) none of these 109. Sea anemone bolongs to phylum (BCECE-2005) (A) protozoa (B) porifera (C) coelenterata (D) echinodermata 110. Medusa is the Reproductive organs of (BHU-2008) (A) Hydra (B) Aurelia (C) obelia (D) sea anemone 111. The excretory cells, that are found in platyhelminthes. (J & K CET- 2007) (A) Protonephridia (B) flame cells (C) Solenocytes (D) All of these 112. In which of the following organisms, self fertilization is seen. (CCET-2007) (A) fish (B) Round worm (C) Earthworm (D) Liver fluke 113. Nephridia of Earthworms are performing same functions as (J & K CET-2003) (A) gills of prawn (B) flame cells of planaria (C) trachea of insects (D) nematoblasts of Hydra 114. Phylum of Taenia Solium is (BCECE-2004) (A) Aschelminthes (B) Annelids (C) platylyelminthes (D) mollusca 115. Ascaris is found in (RPMT-2004) (A) body cavity (B) lymph nodes (C) tissue (D) alimentary canal 116. Which of the following animals has a true coelom? (J & K CET-2007) (A) Ascaris (B) pheretima (C) sycon (D) Taenia solium 117. Metameric segmentation is the main feature of (Punjab PMET) (A) Annelida (B) Echinodermata (C) Arthropoda (D) Coelenterata 118. In pheretima locomotion occurs with help of (A) circular muscles (B) longitudinal muscles and setae (B) circular, longitudinal muscles and setae (C) parapodia 119. Body cavity lined by mesoderm is called (J & T CET-2005) (A) coelenteron (B) pseudocoel (C) coelom (D) blastocoel 120. Which of the following have the highest number of species in nature? (CBSE AIPMT-2011) (A) Insects (B) Birds (C) Angiosperms (D) Fungi 121. Which of the following is a crustacean? (Guj-CET-2011) (A) prawn (B) snail (C) sea anemone (D) Hydra 122. The respiratory pigment present in cockroach is (OJEE-2010) (A) Haemoglobin (B) Haemocyanin (C) oxyhaemoglobin (D) None of these 123. Book lungs are respiratory organs in (AMU-2008) (A) Insects (B) Aarachnids (C) Molluscans (D) Echinoderms 124. The exerctory organ in cockroach is (Kerala-CEE-2007) (A) malplghian corpuscle (B) Malpighian tubules (C) green gland (D) Metanephridia 31

11 125. Exoskeleton of which phylum consists of chitinous cuticle? (J & K CET-2007) (A) Annelida (B) porifera (C) Arthropoda (D) Echinodermata 126. In cockroach, vision is due to (Punjab PMET-2005) (A) one compound eye (B) two compound eyes (C) two simple eyes (D) two compund and two simple eyes Which of the following is an insect? (GUJ-CET) (A) Moth (B) mites (C) prawn (D) scorpion 128. Which of the following respires through gill? (J & K CET-2005) (A) whale (B) Turtle (C) frog (D) Prawns 129. Animals which active at night are called. (J & K CET-2004) (A) diurnal (B) nocturnal (C) parasites (D) nocto-diurnal 130. Salient feature of Arthropoda is (RPMT-2003) (A) aquatic and free living (B) chitinous exoskeleton and jointed appendages (C) Radulla (D) None of those 131. The second largest number of species containing phylum in the animal kingdom is (J & K CET-2008) (A) Annelida (B) Arthropoda (C) Mollusca (D) Chordata 132. Mollusca is (JCECE-2006) (A) Triploblastic, acoelomate (B) Triploblastic, coelomate (C) Diploblastic, acoelomate (D) Diploblastic, coelomate 133. Tube feet are the locomotory organs of (OJEE-2010) (A) platyhelminthes (B) Echinodermata (C) Mollusca (D) Arthropoda 134. Arms are absent in (Haryana PMJ-2007) (A) Seaurchin (B) Sea cucumber (C) Both a & b (D) None of these 135. Scientific name of starfish is (Amu-2004) (A) Echinus (B) Limulus (C) Echidna (D) Asterias 136. The echinoderms are (BHU-2005) (A) Arborial insects (B) Marine animals (C) terrestrial insects (D) freshwater worms 137. In Echinoderms, tube fect are related with (AMU-2004) (A) locomotion (B) excretory system (C) respiratory system (D) reproductive system 138. Lateral line scnse organs occur in (MHT CET-2004) (A) salamander (B) frog (C) water snake (D) scoliodon 139. The jawless vertebrate is (Kerala CEE-2004) (A) crocodile (B) zoris (C) Hyla (D) fox (e) Petromyzon 140. Air bladder occurs in (Haryana PMT-2006) (A) Torpedo (B) Anabus (C) Scoliodon (D) Elasmobranch 141. The limbless amphibian is (Kerala - CEE-2011) (A) Ict thyophis (B) Hyla (C) Rana (D) Salamander (e) Bufo 142. Salamander can regenerate (AMU-2003) (A) tail (B) limbs (C) external gills (D) all of those 32

12 143. In which of the following reptiles, four chambered heart is present? (JCECE-2003) (A) Lizard (B) Snake (C) Scorpion (D) Crocodile 144. Which of the following snake is non-poisonous? (RMPT-2011) (A) cobra (B) krait (C) viper (D) python 145. Which of the following is a flightless bird? (UPCPMT-2011) (A) ostrich (B) Emu (C) kivi (D) All of those 146. Right aoritc arch is present in (Manipal-2005) (A) reptiles only (B) Mammals only (C) birds only (D) both b and c 147. Mammal s heart is (RMPT-2011) (A) Myogenic (B) neurogenic (C) voluntary (D) sympathetic 148. The second largest aquatic vertebrate is (J & K CET-2008) (A) blue whale (B) whale shark (C) sea elephant (D) dugoress 149. Which one is not correct? (Haryana-PMT-2005) (A) Humans-Ureotelic (B) Birds-Uricotelic (C) Lizards - Uricotelic (D) Whale - Ammonotelic 150. An egg laying mammals is (J & K CET-2008) (A) Delphinus (B) Macacg (C) ornithorhynehus (D) macrolus 151. The long bones are hollow and conected by air passage these are characteristic of (AMU-2006) (A) Mammalia (B) Aves (C) Poptilia (D) Sponges 33

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